I designed this invitation for Scott and Christine's summery, hot-pink and daisy-themed wedding. They wanted simple but elegant, and they needed it QUICK since their schedules dictated a mere six-week engagement. The invites set the tone for the whole wedding, so we were able to get that settled right away. We created this classic horizontal gate-fold invite with a raised, embossed sentiment, die-cut daisy and fun polka-dotted scalloped ribbon and a matching stamped envelope. Inside was the crisp Whisper White invitation and a coordinating reception card.
The bride and her friends assembled the invitations in a fun, marathon session under my supervision. Song of My Heart combines the best of both digital design and traditional papercrafting for an excellent option to get a custom-designed, one of a kind invitation at a very reasonable price. I can make them for you for a small fee per invite, or we can put them together with your friends and family. There's nothing "homemade" about these hand-crafted beauties!
Here's another way we worked daisies into the actual wedding. The groom's friend Cheryl Naber created this beautiful, trendy cake in their colors. It was also totally scrumptious! Each layer was a different flavor. I also designed a hanging backdrop of polka-dotted ribbon with random large daisies for behind the cake table. It was a quick and inexpensive way to dress up a plain white wall, and it ensured that the photos taken in front of it were absolutely adorable.
Update: At this point Weddings by Song of My Heart is only accepting personal friends, members of my church, and family members as wedding clients. Thank you for understanding.
I love them! I can see your wedding business really taking off. You are so creative!
Posted by: Kristen Bryant | 07/08/2013 at 11:18 AM
Adorable Lyssa! And how cute is that cake?!
Posted by: Brenda Marshall | 07/08/2013 at 11:28 AM
Pauletta did tell you what my first impression was of the invitations, right?
Posted by: Paul Vawter | 07/08/2013 at 11:40 AM
Yes, yes she did, Paul...
Posted by: Lyssa | 07/08/2013 at 12:02 PM
Great job and I love the colors and design.
Posted by: Norma | 07/08/2013 at 05:27 PM